The Color module comes with a vast number of camera color correction matrices for various DSLR manufacturers (Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, Pentax and more), as well as a vast number of channel blend remappings (aka "tone mapping") for narrowband dataset (e.g. HST/SHO or bi-color duoband/quadband filter data).
Uniquely, thanks to the signal evolution Tracking engine, color calibration is preferably performed towards the end of your processing workflow. This allows you to switch color rendering at the very last moment at the click of a button without having to re-composite and re-process, while also allowing you to use cleaner, non-whitebalanced, non-matrix corrected data for your luminance component, aiding signal fidelity.
Camera Matrix correction is performed towards the end of your processing workflow on your chrominance data only, rather than in the RAW converter during stacking. This helps improve luminance (detail) signal, by not contaminating it with cross-channel camera-space RGB and XYZ-space manipulations.
The matrix or channel blend/mapping is selected using the 'Matrix' parameter. Please note that the available options under this parameter are dependent on the type of dataset you imported. Please use the Compose module to import any narrowband data separately.
Post-processing is where astrophotographers make their hard-won data really count.
Thanks to StarTools' Tracking feature the Color module provides you with unparalleled flexibility and color fidelity when it comes to colour presentation in your image.
The SVDecon module requires a mask that marks the boundaries of stellar profiles.
When multiple star samples are provided, the SVDecon module will operate in the most advanced way.
The button allows you to switch the view between the luminance, chrominance and narrowband accent datasets that are being processed in parallel.
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